Thursday, May 21, 2009

Quilly Wee

It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s three words for the day and write a story. The words are rubefacient, senticous, & divagations. Click on a word for a definition

His multiple divagations finally resulted in a rubefacient made from a senticous pear.

The senticous plant used as a rubeficant caused such pain that he made divagations to his original speech.

The dragons senticous tail had rubefacient properties but you would not know it in the report because of the author’s divagations.

The unexpected divigations from the agenda caused his face to become as red as if a rubefacient were used on it or it had been dragged through a senticous bush.

The penalty for divagations from the law was to be beaten with a senticous bush without benefit of a rubefacient.

Our final divigation is to wish Dr. John a Happy Birthday. May there be no senticous fruit in the day and no need for a rubefacient.


  1. Your usage could almost be qiku this week. Very original.

  2. Liked all the dragons used the words.

  3. I most especially liked the last 3WT sentence -- Happy Birthday indeed, Dr. John! May your day be filled with magic -- and how can it not be with such handsome & charming dragons at the party?

  4. Excellent Fandango...You are very very clever. Oh yes and Happy Birthday to Dr. John. :) Treat him well today :)